I’ll never forget my young teenage years, and the group of friends I hung out with then. We experimented a lot with each other, and got pretty wasted every weekend on Bacardi Razz and other fruit flavored vodkas. Being 14, drunk and immature felt great. Everything was changing around us, and we loved it. We were loud and obnoxious towards others. We ran around in the neighborhood screaming in the pouring rain. Everybody who attended the party made out with everyone there. It didn’t matter what gender. Boys kissing boys, girls kissing girls, boys kissing girls, girls kissing boys. And a lot of screaming, dancing and touching.
We were so fucking loud all the time. When I see those kind of teenagers today, I feel disgusted. They are so unpleasant, and annoying. Attention seekers. They might as well be wearing a blinking siren on their heads. But I’ve completely forgotten the freedom of being young and immature. I was one of those teenagers. And I loved it. I don’t talk to anyone from those days anymore, I guess we just drifted apart. But we changed together. We stuck with each other on the halfway. And it felt great. We were the children other children were forbidden to hang out with - as an order from their parents. We stuck together. And those days and memories are a part of who I am today, I don’t know who I would have been without those people. Now referring to MGMT - “The youth are starting to change, are you starting to change - are you together?” It’s one of the most important things when growing up in the teenage years. Having a group to evolve with.